'Fuller House' Season 2 Release Date, Cast News: Love Triangle Going To Dominate Storyline?

Joe BacaronMay 08, 2016 09:16 AM EDT
REUTERS/ Vianne Burog"Fuller House" is set to premiere on Netflix on Feb. 26.

It's all systems go for "Fuller House" season 2 on Netflix and according to the latest news, the love triangle between DJ Tanner, Matt Harmon and Steve Hale will continue to be explored in future episodes.

One strong hint that supports this theory is the news about John Broherton (Matt Harmon) being promoted to a series regular for "Fuller House" season 2, according to MTV.

Meanwhile, the cast of actors has already started the table read for season 2. Candace Cameron Bure has shared a photo on Instagram about the script for "Fuller House." She captioned the image, "It has begun."

Based on the pic, the title of the first episode is "Welcome Back."

One fan commented, "Yeah! Loved the first season. And DJ should pick Steve!"

"I realized only in the last episode that 'fuller' is DJs last name," another wrote. "I just really thought it was a 'more full' house."

Bure weighed in on the love triangle in an interview with E! News.

"I'm not sure-If Steve and Matt both have girlfriends, it might change her feelings," she said. "You know how once something's unavailable that you think is and you're like, 'Hmm, maybe I missed out on something, maybe I should rethink this.' I think that's going to be one of the big storylines."

Rumors have pointed out that both Steve and Matt have moved on from DJ. The former even got a DJ clone for a girlfriend, named CJ.

There's no news yet on the premiere date for "Fuller House" season 2 on Netflix, but speculations hint of an early 2017 release.

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